Now for a few short definitions on the different handbag silhouettes featured below:
Clutch: A small handbag, usually with no straps or handles, that is designed to
be carried under the arm or by hand. Clutches are often used as evening bags.
Cross-Body / Messenger Bags: Typically smaller in size, these bags are meant
to be worn across the body to allow you be hands-free while on the go.
Evening Bags: A clutch, shoulder bag, wristlet, or other style handbag designed
for use during special occasions and with more formal clothing. Evening bags
are perfect for parties, weddings, date nights, or nights out on the town.
Hobos: Shoulder bags that typically feature a slouchy posture, scooped center,
and long shoulder strap.
Satchel: A purse that usually has a top closure, top carry handle, and a flat
bottom. Satchels may have a triangular side profile.
Shoulder Bag: Any bag that can be carried on the shoulder by a strap.
Tote: Large, double handled bag with an open top and open main